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Shortcuts Map. Because I'm interested in bird stamps, so the kind user adhered some bird stamps to the back of this postcard.
Here is the face.
I want to thank all users who sent me a postcard, and I'm encouraged to write more software by these postcards.
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1. We manually process the order from PayPal now, so please allow one or two workdays to deliver the download link and registration code. We are working on an automatic delivery system for PayPal and will release it soon. The customers who register via Kagi will get an e-mail with download link of registered version immediately.
2. As of July 1, 2003, new VAT regulations apply within the European Union (EU). VAT is due if a private customer in the EU purchases an electronically-delivered product from a publisher located outside the EU. The VAT rate is dependent on the location of the customer. Kagi can handle VAT. So if you are a citizen of EU, we recommend you to use Kagi's service.
We are looking forward to your feedback.
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Bloglines.com instead of my desktop RSS reader. Bloglines.com is a great site, where you can know who subscribed the same blog. But I can't subscribe my own site via http://www.zealsoft.com/blog/rss.php. It is strange that my site is powered by Simple PHP Blog and I can subscribe some blogs used Simple PHP Blog in Bloglines. I tried to use Atom link, http://www.zealsoft.com/blog/atom.php, and it worked well. I think it is a bug of Bloglines.com.
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vbio32.dll that only work on 98 but not in XP. Is there any other dll for that?"
You can use MemAccess Library to read the BIOS number from the memory starting from &HFEc71. Following is an example in Visual Basic 6.0.
Private Sub btnGet_Click() Dim i As Integer Dim nAddress As Integer Dim sError As String sError = Space(255) ' Open the library If maOpenLibrary() = False Then maGetLastState sError MsgBox "Error: " + sError, vbCritical Exit Sub End If Label2.Caption = "BIOS serial number:" & GetBIOSSN() ' Close the library maCloseLibrary End Sub ' Get the BIOS serial number Public Function GetBIOSSN() As String Dim i As Integer, b As Byte Dim s As String s = "" For i = 1 To 50 b = maPeekB(V86_To_PhyAddress(&HFEC7, i)) If b = 0 Then Exit For s = s + Chr(b) Next GetBIOSSN = s End Function
But this BIOS number is not unique for each monther board, and not applied to all BIOS vendors. You'd better use Ernesto De Spirito's algorithm to read BIOS check sum using MemAccess Library.
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NTPort Library 2.6 today.
Some users reported GetLPTPortAddress function can't find their external parallel ports cards. We supports MosChip/NetMos PCI parallel ports chips, which are used in most PCI parallel ports cards.
We are a Borland Technology Partner (BTP), so we always provide first class support to Borland's development tools. We add Delphi for .NET and C#Builder samples for .NET platform. Java is also supported in this version, and we write a JNI wrapper DLL and JBuilder samples.
PowerBASIC is a popular BASIC compiler. We also include PowerBASIC samples.
A stand-alone driver setup program is designed for the registered users only, which can simplify the deployment process.
A print manual(.pdf) is shipped to meet our users' demand.
FastMode sample is updated. We use QueryPerformanceCounter and QueryPerformanceFrequency to get more precise result.
This version doesn't support Windows x64 (AMD64 and Intel EM64T) version. We add IsWin64 function to detect whether your program are running on Windows x64 system. If you want to support x64, please join our x64 Beta program.
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To programmatically scroll your CheckListBox, you can use the TopIndex property. This property determines which entry is the first visible entry in the CheckListBox.
To make the first entry visible at the top of the ListBox, use
CheckListBox1.TopIndex = 0
You can show the last entry. Using code like this
CheckListBox1.TopIndex = CheckListBox1.ListCount - 1
will make the last entry visible, but it will be at the bottom of the ListBox, not the top.
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